“You make babies like Aunt Jemima makes biscuits.” (Pastor Manning)
Sorry, that line was just too funny not to share.
On to the topic at hand: Baby-makers. You know, these women/girls who can’t even afford to feed themselves much less their kids because they’re too busy out playing Lindsay Lohan. The ones who have kids, but the state has taken them all away, or relatives have kindly taken them in, yet they go out and get knocked-up again. The ones that ought to have had their tubes tied the minute they hit puberty. The ones that you see on Jerry Springer or Maury asking “who my baby daddy is?” If you don’t know who your “baby daddy” is then you shouldn’t be allowed to have a baby in the first place.
Special note to all the 14 year-old girls on Tyra saying that they can’t wait to have a baby and that the aren’t worried about taking care of it because their parent(s) will help…stop living in your little fantasy land jail-bait! Your little Justin Beiber-looking boyfriend isn’t going to help you, your parents aren’t going to help you, and I’m sure as hell not going to help you. Oh, wait, the government will help you out though. I guess I am helping by paying my damn taxes. Damn.
So you wanted someone to love you, you got it. Just wait till it turns fourteen and decides that it hates you and either kills you in your sleep or makes your life a living hell, just like you’re doing to your parents.
These women/girls are of all races, backgrounds, creeds, and socioeconomic levels. So I’m not saying that they are all this or all that, just that they are all dumb-asses. Somebody needs to stop the madness! Please!
I’ve said on here before that I cannot have children due to POF (premature ovarian failure). Now don’t start thinking that I’m all jealous because I can’t have kids. I do not want to have kids. I decided that a LONG time ago. They are cute, but I know how much of a pain in the ass they are to take care of and how expensive they are. Then again I’m 36 and old enough and smart enough to know better than to get knocked-up if I can’t even afford to take care of myself.